Posted Tue, Jul 06, 2010 by Space Junkie
In celebration of the local holiday this past weekend, Ten Ton Hammer Contributing Writer, Space Junkie, has taken a look at the changing role of players from the United States in EVE Online, and examined some of the problems confronting U.S.-led organizations trying to make it big in the political landscape of EVE.
EVE Online is an unusually nationalistic game. People tend to form corporations and alliances with people that are from the same country as them. There are plenty of reasons to do so, including the use of a shared language, the benefits of cooperation between players that are active during the same time zone, and a general familiarity with compatriots. This is all well and good. Except when it isn't.
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